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Here's What Fashion 2.0 Awardees DON'T Like About Technology

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Welcome to Party Bites, a new Racked series where fancy people at glamourous parties answer our probing questions. Grab a cocktail, everyone: Small talk just got way more fun.

Last night we attended StyleCoalition's Fashion 2.0 Awards, where the fashion's most powerful digital superstars were awarded for their online prowess (you can head here to see the winners). Between tweets and 'grams, we asked attendees if there's anything that was better in 1.0 form, before technology got a hold of it. Here's what they said.
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